Heated Towel Rail

A beautiful bathroom is usually very high on everyone’s agenda when they want to embark on a bit of a home makeover.
It’s now trendier than ever to have a plush, sophisticated bathroom, to envy any home design Instagram account, and many are opting for bathroom accessories as much as big components, too.

A great way to spruce up your bathroom, especially when on a budget, is with a high quality towel rail. Instant sophistication and extremely durable, there are many positives to purchasing a towel rail, but some things you also need to consider.

This is where we’re here to help:

How does it work?

Towel rails can use a heating element, or be connected to your central heating system. If the latter, it only works when your central heating is on, so not the best option if you want to use it in the summer, but don’t want the entire house to heat up, too!

Still unsure? We can help – drop us a line and we can discuss any queries and help decide what’s best for your home.

What size should it be?

You don’t want to go too big, that will waste both heat and energy, so isn’t cost-efficient. Also consider how big the wall is, how many towels you want on there, and how much space it will take up. After all, you don’t want it dwarfing your entire bathroom.

Where should it be placed?

Your towel rail can sit anywhere you like, but it’s usually recommended to place this on the coldest wall in the room. This is where it’s most heat and energy-efficient, and helps keep the rest of the bathroom toasty and warm all year round.

As industry experts, we can provide any advice or help you need and install your towel rail with the greatest professionalism and ease.

What style should I go for?

Anything you like! Chromes with square-set design look a lot more modern and sleek, but simple ivory colours or even black, if you’re bold enough, will look good.
Simply put, it’s best to match your style and colour with the rest of your bathroom, so the decision is yours.

If you’re interested in installing a heated towel rail, simply get in touch with us via our contact page, or get social, we’re on Facebook and Twitter, too!

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